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Hole Punch Fine Motor Activity for young kids preschoolers and kindergartners
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Hole Punch Fine Motor Activity

This post contains affiliate links. See my Disclosure Policy for details. This Hole Punch Fine Motor Activity was inspired by my craft punches. My kids love to use/play with my craft punches. We use them a

Fine motor development with nuts  bolts - from Rachel (",)

Fairies and Castles - Stimulating Learning

Fine motor development with nuts bolts - from Rachel (",)

Nature inspired craft - Pine Cone Weaving - Rainy Day Mum great to make ornaments for the Christmas Tree

TechSurgeons - Access Blocked

I'm so excited to have a guest on Rainy Day Mum today with a great little craft that would be perfect for some quick and simple tree ornaments as well. So I'm now handing over

Lots more ideas on Tishylishy's boards, especially for finger gym or #funkyfingers

Early Years ideas from Tishylishy

Early Years ideas from Tishylishy. 71,083 likes · 567 talking about this. Sharing photos, provision enhancements and outcomes from my EYFS class and the...

marbles and washers #funkyfingers

marbles and washers #funkyfingers

Maternelle
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Maternelle

ideas for fine motor dexterity #abcdoes #finemotor #funkyfingers #eyfs

Cross Phase Planning - Nursery and Reception

Whether it is Nursery and Reception or Reception and Year 1 together – cross phase working and planning can be a HUGELY positive experience for children but if it is done 'properly'

sort the seeds

Early Years ideas from Tishylishy

Early Years ideas from Tishylishy. 71,083 likes · 567 talking about this. Sharing photos, provision enhancements and outcomes from my EYFS class and the...

Fine motor balancing & threading from Rachel (",) #funkyfingers

Fine Motor Balancing and Threading - Stimulating Learning

Early Years activities from Rachel (",)

How many circles can you fill with beans before the timer runs out? Can you do it again and beat your first score?! Counting, sorting  fine motor skills. Also used as an investigation area where children can use their senses to explore the different types of beans. #abcdoes #eyfs #funkyfingers

How many circles can you fill with beans before the timer runs out? Can you do it again and beat your first score?! Counting, sorting fine motor skills. Also used as an investigation area where children can use their senses to explore the different types of beans. #abcdoes #eyfs #funkyfingers

Bead and pipe cleaner counting #funkyfingers

Bead and pipe cleaner counting #funkyfingers

picking little gems off sticky plastic...brilliant for fine motor development #abcdoes #finemotor #eyfs

Dough Gym Week - Fine Motor Physical Development

Once the pivots have worked their way down to the wrist, the journey doesn’t stop there, although for lots of children it becomes far trickier. This is where children often get stuck. The end of the…

rescue dinosaurs from the swamp using tweezers #abcdoes #finemotordevelopment #finemotor #eyfs
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Dough Gym Week - Funky Fingers

Dough Gym is a very effective programme for children who really need to work on their upper body and gross motor development, but there may well be children in our setting who need more focused input…

Posting 'swords'  beating the timer - from Rachel (",)

Dragons and Castles! - Stimulating Learning

Early Years activities linked with dragons and castles.

Finger Gym - threading pipe cleaners
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Finger Gym - threading pipe cleaners

funky fingers outdoors #funkyfingers #finemotor

Pumpkins and Golf Tees

After seeing this "pumpkin hammering" activity on the 'blogosphere' several times, I decided to try it out in our yard. We set out two pumpkins, four small wooden mallets, and a TON of golf tees. The children REALLY enjoyed this activity and they were very successful at pounding the tees into the pumpkins. They even branched out and pounded tees into our giant pumpkin and ornamental squash (oops!). It was a fantastic skill building activity for all the children in our program (ages 2-5)…